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Photo#48926
very small fly - Aphidoletes aphidimyza

very small fly - Aphidoletes aphidimyza
San Leandro, Alameda County, California, USA
April 21, 2006
Size: ~3mm (body only)

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Moved
Moved from Gall Midges.

Great shot
It looks sort of like a midge to me. I've never seen crazy long antennae like that on one before, though.

 
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I was thinking Cecidomyiidae, as the venation looks correct. Check Petersons or Borror Triplehorn and Johnson.
-Sean McCann


triatoma.blogspot.com

 
Cecidomyiidae
It is indeed a Cecidomyiid.

 
Cecidomyiidae
Thanks, everyone, for the comments and ID.

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